They live next door to our dear friend Brooke with whom we stayed. They all became such a special part of our lives. Each one in their own way made our time in Denver better —-by helping us with our children, hugs, smiles, friendship and at the end of a long day— sharing good company, a Brazilian Caipirinha and some amazing music.
How to make a Brazilian Caipirinha
For each Brazilian Caipirinha Sergio style you need 1 lime.
Remove the center part of the lime to keep the drink from becoming bitter.
Thinly slice the limes.
Place limes in a glass.
Add about 1 Tablespoon of sugar (you will have to adjust for your taste).
With a muddler mash the sugar and limes together. Work until you have started to disolve the sugar and have a good amount of juice.
Fill the entire glass with ice.
Fill the glass with Vodka. Traditional recipes call for a shot of alcohol but I have to say these have slightly shy of a 1/2 cup of vodka. To be authentic use Cachaca.
Best enjoyed with good friends and this
I hope you all will take the time to visit Sergio’s Webisite and learn more about this talented man!